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Robbie Williams reveals his favourite Australian music, plans to reunite with Kylie and more ahead of national tour

Earlier today, UK pop star Robbie Williams held a press conference in Sydney ahead of the start of his second Australian tour in 12 months. The last, The Swing Tour, focused on his most recent album Swing Both Ways, while the tour that kicks off this Friday in Perth will feature a collection of his greatest hits, alongside other favourites from the years. The tour has been aptly titled the Let Me Entertain You Tour and will be the first hits focused tour in Australia since 2006.

City and Colour coming to Sydney and Melbourne at the end of October for exclusive fan events!

City and Colour fans have the chance to see Dallas Green perform an exclusive and intimate acoustic set in either Sydney or Melbourne this month, as the Canadian songwriter has announced a quick trip out to Australia to celebrate his long-awaited new album, If I Should Go Before You. These fan events will have Green appearing in Sydney on October 19th and Melbourne on October 22nd, performing and answering some questions as part of two Q&A sessions not to be missed.

Leon Bridges announces Sydney and Melbourne headline shows!

International soul star Leon Bridges has announced headline shows for Melbourne and Sydney for his first ever Australian tour. The Texan, who will also be performing at Falls Festival, will be playing shows at Sydney’s Metro Theatre and Melbourne’s 170 Russell in January.

Fat Joe announces debut Australian headline tour

Straight out of the bronx, hip hop veteran Fat Joe looks to be returning to Australia for the first time since he performed as part of Supafest in 2011. Though rather than coming out here for a festival, this time Joey Crack will perform three headline shows across Adelaide, Sydney, and Melbourne.

Maryland rockers Clutch announce Australian tour dates with local legends Cosmic Psychos

In support of their latest LP Psychic Warfare, Maryland rockers Clutch will play shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne early next year. The band will be supported by Australian punk-rock act Cosmic Psychos.

Falls Festival sideshows announced for Foals, Bloc Party, Halsey, Disclosure and more!

We're two months out from the Falls and Southbound festivals kicking off for another year and like previous years, tickets have been flying for the events held around the country over the New Year's period. With the likes of Foals, Bloc Party and The Wombats headlining, the festival tour this year has represented a strong line up of international favourites, not to mention a crop of artists from Australia and abroad who've broke out strongly through 2015. Today, a bunch of official sideshows have been announced for a select few of these heavy hitters - click through to see where you can catch 'em and when.

The Bennies announce extensive Australian tour 
this summer

Melbourne’s The Bennies are set to embark on an extensive summer tour. The four-piece will be supported by The Hard Aches and Wet Pensioner on most of the tour’s eighteen dates, commencing their string of shows in Hobart on the 11th of November. Click through to for the dates and details!

The Lulu Raes Announce 2015 ‘Burnout’ Tour For October

Fresh off the stage from BIGSOUND (including a spot on our 7th Birthday lineup!) and Small World Festival, The Lulu Raes have announced a headline tour along the east coast of Australia in support of their new single, ‘Burnout’. The single debuted at #6 on the AIR Independent Radio Chart, and has received much radio support from FBi and Triple J. Click through for a full list of tour dates.

Cheap Fakes Announce ‘Modern Vintage’ Album Tour

Cheap Fakes are dropping their record Modern Vintage on October 9th, and to celebrate, the Brisbane six-piece will be playing a run of shows in support of the album. After spending months in pre-production and recording with renowned producer, John Merchant, the band will be bringing their brass fueled funk sound to venues across the east coast of Australia.

Massachusetts' The Hotelier announce national November/December Australian Tour with Ceres

Massachusetts' own The Hotelier are heading down under this November/December for a string of Australian Spring/Summer dates. 2015 has been a big year for fans of the new punk/progressive emo scene, having already seen tours from Citizen, Title Fight and The Story So Far, and we're capping it off with The Hotelier, who's gorgeous album Home, Like No Place There Is has been a breakout hit with fans of emotional punk everywhere.

1349 announce Australian tour for February 2016

Norwegian black metal masters 1349 - who, fun history fact, take their name from the year the Black Death reached Norway - have announced an Australian/NZ tour for early 2016. Lucky fans across Perth, the East Coast, and New Zealand will be able to catch 1349's brand of Norwegian darkness from February 23. The tour is in support of their most recent album - the 6th in 18 years - Massive Cauldron of Chaos.

Jon Toogood announces solo 'Planet of Sound' Tour around Australia

Frontman of New Zealand band Shihad, Jon Toogood has announced his own massive solo tour around Australia. The 'Planet of Sound' tour will give Australian fans a chance to see him perform some of his favorite songs, including his own records, live and acoustic at venues around Australia.

Charlie Wilson announces exclusive Sydney show with Floetry

To supplement their appearances at Soulfest this year, both Charlie Wilson and Floetry will be performing an intimate Sydney sideshow at The Factory Theatre on Thursday 22nd October.

Garrett Kato tours to support new album and announces tour dates with Pete Murray

Byron Bay’s Garrett Kato is currently touring to support his new album, That Low and Lonesome Sound. You can catch the Canadian-born artist at one of the two remaining album launch shows in Sydney and Melbourne this week.

 Kato is then set to open for Pete Murray on a 27-date regional tour through October, November and December. Click through for more info.

Never Shout Never announce Australian headline tour

In support of their latest album Black Cat, Never Shout Never are set to embark on their very first Australian headline tour. Last here for Soundwave Festival in 2011, Christofer Drew and his band will return to our shores in early December. Tickets go on sale on Wednesday 23rd September, click through for all the dates and info!